June 04, 2013

Japanese consumers enjoy "traditional form" of soy in foods

"Traditional forms of soy foods include tofu, bean curd and tempeh (principally used in Indonesia). In Japan, traditional forms include miso soup, edamame and a fermented form of soy called natto. "Traditional forms of soy are all fairly intact, they haven't been broken down into components; the whole bean is eaten, or has been processed by the traditional food technology, like fermentation," Wahlqvist says."

Source: Why soy confused?
May 13, 2013
Siobhan Moylan
The AGE Newspaper

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